Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law

Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law is a trade journal focusing on Financial Law

Articles from Vol. 17, No. 2, 2012

Answering to a Higher Authority: Sovereign-Mandated Oversight in the Board Room and the C-Suite1
ABSTRACTThe relationship between business organizations and the sovereign agencies that regulate them is being redefined domestically and abroad. In the context of corporate enforcement proceedings, a critical challenge is how to achieve, most effectively,...
Creatively Financed Legal Education in a Marketized Environment: How Faculty Leveraged Buyouts Can Maximize Law Schools' Stakeholder Values
"This [financial aid] money is not necessarily going to educate more students or to improve education. It's a scholarship ultimately going into profits."1INTRODUCTIONReading this law review Article presumably means that at some point you came to love...
PARTNERS WITHOUT PARTNERS: THE LEGAL STATUS OF SINGLE PERSON PARTNERSHIPS[dagger]
ABSTRACTIs it possible to have a partnership consisting of one person, a partner without a partner? The question will arise when all but one of the members leaves a partnership. The Revised Uniform Partnership Act attempts to give greater stability to...
Reforming Nonprofit Exemption Requirements
AbstractThis Article proposes a reform for nonprofit exemption and unrelated business income tax. Current tax law provides unclear guidance and requires exempt organizations to risk their entire exemptions on this guidance, leading them to make the socially...
The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: Taking a Bite out of Bribery in International Business Transactions
ABSTRACTEnforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ("FCPA") has reached an all-time high. FCPA violations can result in many significant costs, both monetary and non-monetary. FCPA compliance has become a top corporate governance issue and has...